OSRS Vampyres Guide

Vampyres are the dominant race found in Morytania. They can be assigned as Slayer tasks from Konar, Duradel, Nieve and Chaeldar with the unlock “actual vampyre slayer” which costs 80 slayer points. This unlock is only really worthwhile if you plan to kill Vyrewatch Sentinels as an afkable and profitable slayer task. In this OSRS Vampyres guide, we will take look at some of the most efficient strategies to kill this monster.

Where to kill Vampyres in OSRS?

Different types of Vampyres can be found all across Morytania, the vast majority can be found residing in the Haunted Woods and around the Sanguinesti Region, including Meiyerditch, the Vampyre Capital and Darkmeyer.

As previously mentioned, the main reason for killing Vampyres would be Vyrewatch Sentinels, as they drop the valuable blood shard used to make blood furys. You can find the Vyrewatch in Darkmeyer, there is a total of 19 spawns across the city.

Vampyres Gear Setup

Finding the most optimal gear to use when killing Vampyres in OSRS is important. This monster has a rather unique setup, as the best in slot weapon for them is the Blisterwood Flail. Therefore, the setups shown below are tailored towards melee, with budgets to suit different levels of progression.

Max Gear

osrs vampyres max gear setup
Example Max Setup

Mid-tier Gear

osrs vampyres mid-tier gear setup
Example Mid-Tier Setup

Budget Gear

osrs vampyres budget gear setup
Example Budget Setup

Vampyres Guide FAQs

Below is some of the most frequently asked questions by players reading this strategy guide and looking to kill Vampyres for the first time.

Are Vampyres a good slayer task?

Vampyres are a good slayer task for profit, but not for slayer experience. The Vyrewatch in Darkmeyer drop the blood shard. This is used to create the blood fury and so maintains a consistently high value.

What are vampires weak to in osrs?

Almost all Vampyres in OSRS are immune to regular weapons, if attacked by them they will retreat away and turn into vapour. Therefore, you are required to use the rod of ivandis, Ivandis flail or the Blisterwood flail.

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